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Used Jeep Bumper End Caps

All used Jeep Bumper End Caps listed on Breakeryard.com are tested, original (OEM) manufacturer parts and come with a 14 day money back guarantee. Breakeryard.com list used car parts for Jeep are from premium breaker yards from across the UK, saving you up to 80% compared to main dealer prices.

About Bumper End Caps

Jeep bumper end cap drivers fits onto the corner of the bumper, offering protection to the bumper.

A bumper is a vital safety feature on all vehicles and in order for a car to be considered roadworthy, it's a legal requirement to have both front and rear bumpers fitted. The job of the bumper is to absorb the impact of a crash, therefore offering protection to both the car, by minimising damage to the frame and body of the car as well as internal and external parts; and also the passengers and driver travelling inside the car. The bumper is fixed to a bumper bracket, enabling it to absorb some of the impact from collision.

Many car owners choose to smarten up the front and rear bumpers on their car by fitting bumper end caps. Usually made from rubber, the bumper end caps fit onto the corner of each end of the bumper, offering not only a smart look, but also extra protection to the bumper from minor damage such as scrapes, scratches and knocks.

If the Jeep bumper end cap drivers needs replacing, it's advisable to buy a new or replacement part that has been manufactured to fit the make, model and year of car. Bear in mind, if it's the bumper end cap on the bumper that needs replacing, you'll need to buy a bumper end cap made to ensure the correct fit for the correct side of the bumper.

Jeep trivia

  • People that own a Jeep are very keen to show it off. In 2015, research was carried out that showed Jeep is the second most popular car brand to see on Instagram. The Marque is the most popular Jeep model on social media. While this is a surprise when you consider the bigger names in car manufacturing, the fact that Jeeps can become such an integral part of the travel experience may go some way to explain the Instagram popularity.
  • Nobody knows where the name 'Jeep' comes from or why it was used. One theory is that it's a play on the phrase General Purpose Vehicle (GP), while others maintain that Jeeps are named after a character in the Popeye cartoon, Eugene the Jeep.
  • The original Jeep was designed in only two days! The prototype took 75 days to be built and then delivered to the US army that had commissioned the vehicle.
  • It's not something that you'll be able to find to buy, but there was a prototype of a Jeep made in 1945 that could fly. The vehicle was called the Hafner Rotabuggy, and it had blades like a helicopter.
  • One of the most expensive Jeeps in the world is the 2005 Jeep Hurricane. It's certainly not a cheap option if you're in the market for a Jeep unless, of course, you've got a spare £2 million in the bank.